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Thread: Glock - best current source for parts?

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    Glock - best current source for parts?

    Learned the hard way - will never deal with GlockStore again! (Found a long thread of similar minds over at Glock Talk. Too bad I don't go there often and didn't read it before I ordered:)
    So........ Now I'm asking upfront - who do I contact currently for glock parts (mostly factory stuff if that matters. Not looking to build a race gun:). CS is primary, price less so.
    TIA - john

    PS - in stock g17 mags would be nice, too.
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    Glockparts.com

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    Glockmeister.com, is another option. I was at one of their retail stores last week and had great service there, as well.
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    I have had the best luck with glockmeister.com.

    Been using them since 2001. Never had a single issue or problem with them. The CS is excellent.

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    Brownells hands down!
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    Thanks all! This is the type of feedback I was lookin for.
    john
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    I buy Glock parts from 1) Brownell's, 2) MidwayUSA and 3) Glockmeister in that order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T2C View Post
    I buy Glock parts from 1) Brownell's, 2) MidwayUSA and 3) Glockmeister in that order.

    I've had great success with all of these vendors.

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    Another recommendation for Glockparts.com

    Fast service. Also, they offer $3.00 USPS 1st class shipping for small parts.

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    A few brick-and-mortar stores around here stock Glock parts, but at inflated prices, so I use Glockmeister, Brownell's, or Midway. Prices are all about the same, so I buy from whoever has what I need.

    Most Glock parts are so cheap that shipping costs as much or more than the parts themselves. The trick is to buy 3-5 of whatever you need to keep the per-unit cost down. It also doesn't hurt to grab several each of the springs and other little parts when you get some extra cash. I spent $50-75 here and there over several months and built up a righteous little stash of parts. Now I have everything I'll need to keep my Glocks running for years, and I can respring/upgrade an old police trade-in in ten minutes if I stumble into one.


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